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Internet Records
by Multiple Buttholes; Chris Winfield
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Multiple Buttholes' self-titled debut EP was released in November 2011, immediately after their notable local performances got them named the best local band in Blacksburg by readers of the Collegiate Times , Virginia Tech's finest news source. Track Listing For Bandcamp Edition: 1.Laura Ballance - 7:57 2.Burning Up - 9:18 3.Kevin Tyler Sterne - 10:27 Album Credits: Released 12 November 2011 Engineered by Ian Moore Produced by Chris Winfield All songs written by Stephen Goode, except...
Source: WEB
WUVT-FM
by WUVT-FM
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Topics: wuvt-fm, wuvt, airchecks, virginia tech
Folksoundomy: A Library of Sound
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539,828
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176.3M
VIEWS
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Folksonomy : A system of classification derived from the practice and method of collaboratively creating and managing tags to annotate and categorize content; this practice is also known as collaborative tagging, social classification, social indexing, and social tagging. Coined by Thomas Vander Wal, it is a portmanteau of folk and taxonomy. Folksoundomy : A collection of sounds, music and speech derived from the efforts of volunteers to make information as widely available as possible. Because...
Chillout Zone
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1,155
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496,154
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eye 496,154
Chillout ~ Psychill ~ Downtempo ~ Ambient ~ IDM ~ Glitch ~ Breaks ~ Electronic
Community Video
by Intercon
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eye 4,808
favorite 17
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Cyberpunk is a 1990 documentary that explores the world (and term) that William Gibson invented with his book Neuromancer.  The bulk of the documentary consists of interviews with Gibson, Jaron Lanier, Timothy Leary and Michael Synergy.  A few industrial bands have their music featured as well. From the original distributor's description: "Since the 1982 publication of William Gibson's  Neuromancer , the first in a groundbreaking series of science fiction novels, many of his fictional...
Topics: William Gibson, cyberpunk, documentary, 1990, Jaron Lanier, Timothy Leary, Michael Synergy
Attention K-Mart Shoppers
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2.1M
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by Mark Davis
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OK, I have to admit this this is a strange collection. In the late 1980's and early 1990's, I worked for Kmart behind the service desk and the store played specific pre-recorded cassettes issued by corporate. This was background music, or perhaps you could call it elevator music. Anyways, I saved these tapes from the trash during this period and this video shows you my extensive, odd collection. Until around 1992, the cassettes were rotated monthly. Then, they were replaced weekly. Finally...
The DNA Lounge Live Collection
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769,521
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Founded in 1985, the DNA Lounge (Dance Not Art) has provided live music acts as well as DJs and special events to the San Francisco area, and is one of the longer-surviving clubs of its kind. In 1999, the club was purchased by Jamie Zawinski, remodeled extensively, and re-opened in 2001. Since that time, it has hosted thousands of performances, all of which have been broadcast over the web and available for a short time after the event. These broadcasts have been downloaded over the last decade...
Topics: Live Recordings, Club Mixes, Conferences
Over the Edge Radio
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1,035
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214,652
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by Negativland
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Over The Edge Radio Archive (Seeland 031). Negativland's live mix radio show "Over The Edge" has been the longest-running block of free-form audio collage in radio history. With Negativland's Don Joyce at the helm, the weekly show was broadcast from KPFA FM in Berkeley California from 1981 to 2015. His death on July 22, 2015 closed a very large and long chapter in the group's history. Here is how Don and Negativland described Over The Edge in texts drawn from over three decades of...
WUVT-FM
by WUVT-FM
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Topics: wuvt-fm, wuvt, airchecks, virginia tech
Community Audio
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Just a cleared up audio edition of Suspense: Sorry Wrong Number as shared on thegaminggang.com.
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Topics: Old Time Radio, Suspense, Sorry Wrong Number, Agnes Moorehead
Community Audio
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Ask Mr. Biggs! - Real talk radio callers, re-edited into a fake radio show.
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Topics: Fake, Talk Radio, callers
Archive Team
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693,722
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1.3B
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Formed in 2009, the Archive Team (not to be confused with the archive.org Archive-It Team) is a rogue archivist collective dedicated to saving copies of rapidly dying or deleted websites for the sake of history and digital heritage. The group is 100% composed of volunteers and interested parties, and has expanded into a large amount of related projects for saving online and digital history. History is littered with hundreds of conflicts over the future of a community, group, location or...
Community Audio
by WUVT-FM
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A rip of WUVT-FM's Internet stream during the Fall 2014 Radiothon. Radiothon is a biannual week of specialty programming where WUVT raises 2/3 of their operating income from listener pledges.
Topics: wuvt, wuvt-fm, virginia tech, radiothon, stream rips, radio, college radio
blip.tv
movies
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See Randy's book about his "Last Lecture" at www.cs.virginia.edu/~robins/Randy_Book.html "Time Management" lecture, given by Randy Pausch (hosted by Gabriel Robins www.cs.virginia.edu/robins ) at the University of Virginia in November 2007. Randy Pausch (www.randypausch.com) is a virtual reality pioneer, human-computer interaction researcher, co-founder of CMU's Entertainment Technology Center (www.etc.cmu.edu), and creator of the Alice (www.alice.org) software project. The...
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Anarchivism
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Anarchivism is an ad-hoc group of volunteer archivists who are primarily aimed at saving and preserving both digital and analog media when current methods of preservation seem lacking. Officially started in 2012 as a way to pool together projects by several individuals, the group has become a centralized haven for capturing and sharing little-known or forgotten media. This does not simply include copying files from a website, but hunting down missing entries and filling holes to create as...
Topics: iptv, archiving, conference
FedFlix
by Federal Law Enforcement Training Center
movies
eye 168,901
favorite 31
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Federal Law Enforcement Training Center Rural Surveillance AVA19234VNB1 - 1993 The video shows how to conduct a proper surveillance in rural areas. This includes proper camouflage, use of cover, and tactics as set down in the Federal Law Enforcement Training Center (FLETC) policy.
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Topics: FedFlix, ntis.gov
Prelinger Archives
by U.S. War Department, Army Pictorial Service
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eye 1,515
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Some good shots to be logged Title: "This film will not be shown to the public without permission of the War Department." CU AM/FM radio dial CU violinist in front of radio microphone VS two-way radio being used in combat Many great chalk talks, diagrams, animation showing technical aspects of radio transmission
WUVT-FM
by WUVT-FM
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Topics: wuvt-fm, wuvt, airchecks, virginia tech, Morgan Griffith, William Carr, congressional debates, 2014...
Internet Records
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27.2M
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eye 27.2M
Digital and digitized music albums from Internet record collectors spanning from LP's to web releases.
Topic: what.cd
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
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27.1M
VIEWS
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As a member of the Open Content Alliance, the University Library at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill is contributing digital content to the Internet Archive from our Rare Book Collection and North Carolina Collection, including rare Spanish dramas, UNC Yearbooks, and North Carolina legislative materials. Other subject areas such as early North Carolina medical journals and North Carolina judicial materials are also represented. UNC's participation in the Open Content Alliance is...
Community Audio
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2600 Meetings: A Valuable Resource or a Waste of Time? Rop Gonggrijp Emmanuel Goldstein LexIcon Others Since they began in 1987, 2600 meetings have sprung up all around the world. They inspired the movie "Hackers," helped to launch a number of federal and state investigations, provided journalists with fodder for all sorts of wild and crazy stories, and brought all sorts of hackers together who might otherwise never have met. But is this a good thing or a bad thing? Do the meetings...
Topics: hope, hackers on planet earth, 2600, hacker, conference, anarchivism
Folksoundomy: Music and Music Albums
by HOPE
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favorite 3
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Advanced Memory Forensics: Releasing the Cold Boot Utilities Jacob Appelbaum This talk will cover some of the issues involved with Cold Boot attacks. A description of the multiple methods (disk, network, etc.) developed for targeting computers whose memory is being targeted for extraction. The tools used for these experiments will be released here. In addition, code will be released that was written and has improved since the initial public release of these experiments. This includes a dumper...
Community Audio
by HOPE
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HIP Opening Press Conference 2600 Staff Brock Meeks Tiger Teaming Info for Masses The L0pht Cryptography Off The Hook Steal This Radio NOT AVAILABLE Hackers & Crime GSM Panel Low Bandwidth Access Panel Metrocard Panel Dangerous Legislation cDc/World Domination Social Engineering Mitnick Panel Prisoner Panel The r00t Panel Closing Ceremonies
Topics: hope, hackers on planet earth, 2600, hacker, conference, anarchivism
Folksoundomy: Music and Music Albums
by ConfCon
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favorite 3
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Recordings ConfCon_09_Unedited_1.mp3 - Courtesy of RijilV ConfCon_09_High-Quality.mp3 - Courtesy of Halla PhreakerD7 & Jason Scott - Intro PhreakerD7 - 711 Numbers Don Froula - ProjectMF Royal - Dialing for Docs BitRobber - UIFNs Don Froula - Backspoofing ThoughtPhreaker & PhreakerD7 - Outro ConfCon-mp3.zip - Collection of all individual mp3 presentations
Topics: confcon, hacker, conference, anarchivism
Community Audio
by HOPE
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AS/400: Lifting the Veil of Obscurity StankDawg The AS/400 system from IBM is a powerful system that is in widespread use. Despite that, it is difficult to find information on it or learn about it from any school. A general overview of its design and the architecture of the OS will be presented. This will then be tied into fundamental computing knowledge to show where "interesting" data can be found and where possible weaknesses are in the system. Saturday 1700 Area "B"...
Community Video
movies
eye 569
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Keynote address by NSA whilsteblower William Binney at Hackers On Planet Earth 9
Topics: 2012, HOPE 9, Hackers On Planet Earth, William Binney, Bill Binney, whistleblower, NSA, ThinThread,...
Anarchivism
by 2600 The Hacker Quarterly
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H2K (2000) Hackers on Planet Earth H2K (2000): Selling Out: The Pros and Cons of Working for The Man Friday, July 14, 2000: 10:00 am (Main Stage): There's lots of talk in the media about hackers who get straight jobs in the security industry. What does it cost a hacker to get a real job? What are the benefits? What about those nasty intellectual property agreements? Scott Blake runs the RAZOR security research team. He actively recruits and manages hackers for BindView, a publically traded...
Topics: New York City, 2600, hacking, hackers, conference
Anarchivism
by HOPE
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favorite 2
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The Next HOPE (2010) - Brilliants Exploits - A Look at the Vancouver 2010 Olympics The Next HOPE (2010) - Building and Breaking the Next HOPE Badge. The Next HOPE (2010) - Buying Privacy in Digitized Cities. The Next HOPE (2010) - Cooking For Geeks. The Next HOPE (2010) - Detecting and Defending Your Network from Malware Using Nepenthes. The Next HOPE (2010) - Easy Hacks on Telephone Entry Systems. The Next HOPE (2010) - For Its Own Sake and to Build Something Better - A Primer on Neuroscience,...
Topics: hope, hackers on planet earth, 2600, hacker, conference
Anarchivism
by 2600 The Hacker Quarterly
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The Fifth Hope (2004) Hackers on Planet Earth The Fifth HOPE (2004): Hacking National Intelligence: Power to the People Friday, July 9, 2004: 10:00 am (Area "A"): Do you want to live in a nation where decision makers lie, cheat, and steal? Where national intelligence is so secret that you are not allowed to know a) the truth, b) that national intelligence (spies) are ignorant about the real world, and c) that what policy makers tell the people (e.g. about reasons to go to war in Iraq)...
Topics: New York City, 2600, hacking, hackers, conference
Anarchivism
by 2600 The Hacker Quarterly
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Hackers on Planet Earth (1994) Hackers On Planet Earth (1994): HOPE Opening Address August 13, 1994, 12:00 pm: Ex-Central Intelligence Agency employee Robert Steele welcomes hackers to New York. Also: Emmanuel Goldstein and Rop Gonggrijp introduce the conference. Hackers On Planet Earth (1994): The New York City Metrocard August 13, 1994, 1:00 pm: New York City has just introduced a brand new farecard system for mass transportation, one unlike any other in the United States. We have been...
Topics: New York City, 2600, hacking, hackers, conference
Community Video
by George "dyreshark" Burgess
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George "dyreshark" Burgess IV giving a talk on Runtimes at VTLUUG's 04/03/2014 meeting.
Topics: runtimes, vtluug, dyreshark, dyretalk, ggbiv, virginia tech, george burgess
Community Video
by DEFCON
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eye 1,062
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Videos of the DEFCON 22 conference in Las Vegas, NV.
Topics: defcon, defcon-22, hackercons
Hacker Conferences
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487,575
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eye 487,575
Brilliant and profane, insightful and hilarious, nightmarish and uplifting - for years, hacker conferences have brought together the best and worst in human nature, encouraging speakers to share their thoughts on life both online and offline. Informal where other conferences are uptight, these conferences have covered an enormous amount of subjects. The lectures themselves are historic records and performances, playing up to the crowds and laying out the facts. Please note: This collection is...
Community Audio
by WUVT
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"Hokieman was a radio program based on the cartoon character created by Tom Brodeur. It was originally broadcast on WUVT-AM and FM during the Spring of 1976 and was sponsored on WUVT-AM by the Blacksburg Marriott featuring the Jacob's Lantern Inn restaurant. The series was repeated in the Fall of 1976 with a different sponsor. A lot of wonderful people worked on Hokieman including: Jeannette Caporale (who, I believe, got the ball rolling), Greg Bale (who was Hokieman and also my writing...
Topics: wuvt, hokie man, virginia tech, hokieman, wuvt-fm, wuvt-am